Sunday, July 8, 2012

Upside down jellyfish tank release!

The upside down jellyfish tank is officially ready for purchase! We are officially read to sell. I am currently working with growing out a large stock of upside down jellyfish. Jellyfish availability shouldn't currently be an issue. :) Moon jellies will be heading to the market soon as well.

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  1. Wow, very cool. I wonder how it's different from normal aqariums. I have another question though. Okay, last Summmer I was halibut fishing in Alaska (My grandparents live there) and we went out to sea a bit. We caught halibut, cod, and a salmon shark. Anyways, there was one thing drifting by that caught my eye, a jellyfish. It looked like a moon jellyfish, but it was a beautiful, pristine rainbow of all coloers, how do you explain that?

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    You live in the Atlantic right, perhaps if you see an atlantic, black sea hare on one of your trips, could you document where you caught it?

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    You should try blue blubbers next.

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    If you could find out what made the jellyfish colorful, you could use it for your jellyfish,
    that would be pretty.

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    Just tell me if you're getting annoyed with the sea hare.

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    Tell me if you're starting to get annoyed with the P.S's.

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  2. P.P.P.P.P.P.S.
    A bird just flew into a sliding glass door, and is now unconcious next to me.

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    1. The upside down tank is specialized to care for upside down jellyfish. :) Sounds like you saw a comb jellyfish to be honest. They refract light to produce various color spectra. Also, colder waters tend to be really clean, as is the air. Those two combined could result in some excellent color reflections. If I ever see a black sea hare I will report it. :) Blue blubbers are hard to keep in captivity as their diet is unknown. They wont eat brine shrimp well. Hahaha is the bird alright?

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    2. I'm afraid the bird didn't make it through the night. :( And we don't have any idea of what they eat? Maybe you could find out in your future research.

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  3. I have 4!upside down jellyfish how do I care about it? And the food? Is it okay the jellyfish eat plankton liquid for invertebrate? Because the jellyfish swim faster I see it :)

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  4. The upside down jellyfish tank is officially ready for purchase! We are officially read to sell. I am currently working with growing out a large stock ... jellyfishtank.blogspot.com

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